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MADAME FAVART." 

(OPEKA COMIQUE IN THEEE ACTS.) 

English Adaptation by H. B. FABNIE. Music by J. OFFENBACH. 



THZE^Nwai^Tia LIST. 



No. 1.— SONG. " The First Meeting." 

SrZANNK. (S.) 




No. 2.— ROMANCE. " The Calendar of Bacchus." 
Fay abt. (B.) ^ {Regit. & Song.) 



4s. 




]oy 



and the 



No. 3.— SONG. "Mountain Song." 
Mdme. Favaet. (S.) 



O'er moun-tain, thro' val - ley stray 

No. 4.— SONG. The Novice." 
Mdme. Favaet. (S.) 



- ing, I've 



Hearts clad in white, and pale the brows, Both no-y^ce and 

No. 5.— SONG. " The Artless Thing." 
Mdme. Favabt. (S.) 



4s. 



3s. 




No. 5. — SONG. " The Artless Thing." {One note lower.) 
(MS.) 




No. 6.— TRIO. " The Lover's Comedy." {Quarto size.) 2s. 

(S.T.B.) 



Pair of lov-ers meet, Sto-len vows are sweet, Sighs et - ce • te - ra 1 

No. 7.— BALLAD. " Dear Old Dad." 4s. 
Suzanne. (S.) 



No 1 you will ne - ver make us part. You dear old dad I 
No. 8.— SONG and CHORUS. "The Debutante." 



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Suzanne. ( 


S.) 




O madame 


looks lovely, and we'rt 


i I feel new joy, a new de- light. 



No. 9.— ROMANCE. " The Two Evea " 

HeoTOB. (T.) 



4s. 



know tia an old, old eto • ry, 
No. 10.— SONG. "Puff." 



But 



Favabt. (B.) 




From the 



ven hot and vag - ty When you draw 



No. 11.— SONG. " The Ladies' Pet." 

PONT-SABL*. (T.) 



Yes I I date from the Foar-teenth Lou - is. From tho 
No. 12.— QUARTETT. " Au revoir!" 



(S.S.T.B.) 




Now we 



have 



laid 



our heads to - geth 



No. 13.— SONG. " Conjure not." 
Mdme, Favabt. (S.) 




Con - jure not 



glitt-'ring vi-sion, Tell me not 



No. 14.— VOCAL MINUET. " An Old Woman's Dream." 

Mdme. Favaet. (S. or MS.) 



4s. 



To a • ge'a dull De - cem - ber I think I'm 

No. 14.— VOCAL MINUET. {In D minor, a third lower.) 4s. 

No. 15.— TYROLIENNE. " The Pedlar's Song." 48. 
Mdmk. Favabt. ( S.) " ^ ^ 



Hill and val • ley so drear -y. With a light heart we 

No. 16.— SONG. " 'Tis not in number." 

, Suzanne. (S.) 



'Tis not in nnm - ber pe • ril lies, 
The above Numbers refer only to this List, and not to the Numbers in the Opera Score. Those only having the price attached are published separately. 



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